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Adrenocortical function in the horse.
Studies related to the metabolism of anabolic steroids in the horse: a gas chromatographic mass spectrometric method to confirm the administration of 19-nortestosterone or its esters to horses.
A method is described to confirm the presence of 19-nortestosterone metabolites in urine after the administration of veterinary preparations of this anabolic steroid to horses. The method is based…
The identification of C-18 neutral steroids in normal stallion urine.
- E. Houghton, J. Copsey, M. Dumasia, P. Haywood, M. Moss, P. Teale
- BiologyBiomedical mass spectrometry
- 1 February 1984
Analysis of non-pregnancy urine samples in the present study did not reveal the presence of three C-18 neutral steroids and the isolation of isomers of estrane-3,17-diol from human non-Pregnancy urine has been reported previously.
Identification of an Amylobarbitone Metabolite in Human Urine
AMYLOBARBITONE (5-ethyl-5-(3-methylbutyl) barbituric acid) fed to dogs in doses of 45 mgm. per kgm. has been shown to produce 5-ethyl-5-(3-hydroxy-3-methylbutyl) barbituric acid as the main…
A brief history of dope detection in racehorses.
It is said that in Roman times *hydromel, a mixture of water and honey, was used to improve the performance of chariot horses.
The analysis of drugs and their metabolites. Screening for doping agents in horse racing
- M. Moss
Development of a gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric method using multiple analytes for the confirmatory analysis of anabolic steroid residues in horse urine. II. Detection of administration of…
The urinary excretion and metabolism of dexamethasone in the horse.
Production and properties of antisera to dexamethasone-protein conjugates.
- M. C. Dumasia, D. Chapman, M. Moss, C. O'connor
- Chemistry, BiologyThe Biochemical journal
- 1 June 1973
Antibodies to dexamethasone 21-hemisuccinate conjugated to bovine serum albumin were produced in rabbits and the cross-reaction of the antisera with other synthetic and natural corticosteroids was measured.
The detection and identification of synthetic steroids in horse urine
A scheme for the detection of synthetic steroids which could be used in the “doping” of race‐horses is described. The method involves extraction from urine into ethyl acetate: ether (1:1) followed by…